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Academy President Tells Whoopi Goldberg the Organization Is Going 'From Conversation to Actual Action' on Diversity Issues

Originally posted 02/26/2016 09:25PM

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has begun implementing change when it comes to issues of diversity.

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Whoopi Goldberg, Pharrell Williams, The Weeknd Among First Group of Oscar Presenters & Performers

Whoopi Goldberg, Pharrell Williams, The Weeknd Among First Group of Oscar Presenters & Performers

Originally posted 01/28/2016 02:50PM

Amid the growing controversy surrounding this year's Oscar ceremony, the Academy has announced the first group of presenters and performers for the 88th Academy Awards.

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Chris Rock's Rep Says Host Is Not Rewriting Script for Oscars Ceremony, as More Academy Voters Weigh In on Controversy

Chris Rock's Rep Says Host Is Not Rewriting Script for Oscars Ceremony, as More Academy Voters Weigh In on Controversy

Originally posted 01/25/2016 02:55PM

Chris Rock isn't quite done preparing for the Oscars – but not because he's writing a new script.

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Whoopi Goldberg on Oscar Diversity Controversy: 'We Have This Conversation Every Year and It Pisses Me Off'

Whoopi Goldberg on Oscar Diversity Controversy: 'We Have This Conversation Every Year and It Pisses Me Off'

Originally posted 01/19/2016 02:00PM

As the diversity controversy surrounding this year's Oscar nominations continues, Whoopi Goldberg is speaking out about the roadblocks minorities face in the film industry – and pledges to keep talking.

Goldberg, an Oscar winner herself, said on The View Tuesday that people should get fired up about the absence of non-white actors in film all year long, rather than just when they're ignored on the awards circuit.

"Why is this a conversation that we only have once a year," she asked her co-hosts. "Every year we get all fired up and the rest of the year nobody says anything."

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UpdatePosted 01/19/2016 01:35PM

Candace Cameron-Bure Walks Off The View During Commercial Break While Battling the Flu

Originally posted 01/19/2016 01:00PM

Candace Cameron-Bure fell ill live on The View on Tuesday.

About 20 minutes into the broadcast, Cameron-Bure, 39, walked off during a commercial break.

Co-host Whoopi Goldberg then announced that the Fuller House star "hasn't been feeling well for the past couple hours" and said the panelists all believed it would be better "for her to get some rest."

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Sherri Shepherd on How Whoopi Goldberg Helped Her Through Her First Custody Battle

Sherri Shepherd on How Whoopi Goldberg Helped Her Through Her First Custody Battle

Originally posted 01/06/2016 04:05PM

Sherri Shepherd has just come out of another messy divorce, but on Wednesday, she reflected on how her View costar Whoopi Goldberg helped her through her the end of her first marriage.

Shepherd, 48, stopped by The Meredith Vieira Show to discuss her comeback on ABC's daytime talk show, new wig line and son Jeffrey.

She left The View in 2014 but recently returned as a contributor – though she joked about her infrequent appearances, "it's like almost when Whoopi is sick, they will call me."

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Whoopi Goldberg Reacts to NeNe Leakes Bashing The View Co-Hosts: 'Come Back Another Day and Try Again'

Originally posted 12/17/2015 11:35AM

Whoopi Goldberg doesn't have time for drama.

During an appearance on Andy Cohen's Watch What Happens Live episode Wednesday night, a caller asked The View moderator for her response to NeNe Leakes' recent comments that Goldberg's co-hosts "threw shade" at her when she appeared on the show last month.

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The View Co-Hosts Apologize for Eating Disorder Jokes: 'We Never Want to Offend Anybody'

Originally posted 11/19/2015 05:45PM

The women of The View have apologized for joking about eating disorders.

After discussing a PEOPLE interview in which Donald Trump said he has lost 15 lbs. on the campaign trail, the co-hosts began joking about weight and whether their was a difference between being skinny and thin. After the commercial break, that turned into joking about the merits of anorexia vs. bulimia.

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